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PlayBook add-on (ofxQNX)

After receiving my BlackBerry PlayBook through the developer offer in March, I started to think of the possibility of porting NodeBeat to the PlayBook platform. As this is my first tablet (yea I know, as a multitouch enthusiast its quite weird not [...]

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Rewriting and porting fIRC

Late 2008 I created my first Android application (fIRC) after obtaining the T-Mobile G1. The project was an early attempt to master the Java programming language and also a way for me to learn more about the Android mobile platform. Since [...]

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Epic Windmill

It’s official now, I’m proud owner of my new startup company Epic Windmill. As this blog served as my online portfolio of research work I contributed to, Epic Windmill will be serving as a place for my creative and casual software [...]

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An introduction to emulation

In the early 90s I primarly used my Commodore 64 (C64) for gaming. As Santa never gave us a Nintendo, I probably used my C64 until the late 90s. At that point I was introduced to the concept of emulators. [...]

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Time flies when you’re having fun

Saying goodbye Lots happened the past year, the most notable projects I have worked on as a scientific programmer were “Interactive Networks” (a collaboration with the SNE department) and “Twilight” (a graph visualization and exploration tool for multi-touch devices). I [...]

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Thesis work

For those who are interested, I have uploaded my master’s thesis and final presentation. 1. Master’s thesis: Multi-touch displays: design, applications and performance evaluation (5049) Mirror: SCS – Master of Science theses (1.4 mb) 2. Final presentation: multitouch_presentation.pdf (4808) (26.6 [...]

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I graduated!

After almost a year, I finally finished my thesis and presented it. A brief overview of my work can be found in the video below. The thesis itself will become available later this week and will of course be posted [...]

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Multi-touch panel journey

Perhaps you noticed an article about multi-touch screen devices which I posted sometime ago. Inspired by the movies and publications of Jeff Han and Mitsubishi (Diamond touch table) I will be doing my master thesis research project on multi-touch gesture [...]

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